In this study, patients with primary open-angle glaucoma with compensated intraocular pressure were administered magnetotherapy using an ATOS device with 33-mT magnetic field induction. The procedure was administered to a patient in a sitting posture with a magnetic inductor held before the eye. Sessions lasted 10 minutes and each course included 10 sessions. Following 4-5 months of therapy, results showed improved vision acuity 0.16 diopters, on an average of 29 out of 30 eyes with vision acuity below 1.0.
Bisvas, et al., “Possibilities of Magnetotherapy in Stabilization of Visual Function in Patients with Glaucoma,” Vestn Oftalmol, 112(1), January-March 1996, p. 6-8.